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AC/DC makes a mistake in promoting their new tour: the band writes Werchter instead of Dessel |  music

AC/DC makes a mistake in promoting their new tour: the band writes Werchter instead of Dessel | music

musicError on new AC/DC merchandise. It was announced on Monday morning that the Australian group will be coming to Dessel following their new “POWER UP” tour. However, the band's T-shirts say something different. If you look closely, you'll see Werchter at the bottom.

Bratislava, Nuremberg, Hanover, then Werchter. AC/DC's new merchandise states that they will be coming to Flemish Brabant on their new tour next summer, but that turns out to be false. The Australian group will not be coming to (Rock) Werchter this summer. “It's a mistake on their part. It's actually just Diesel,” company spokeswoman Nellie Bigari said.

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AC/DC makes a mistake with the merchandise for their new tour. © AC/DC website

The news of AC/DC coming to Belgium this year was announced on Monday morning. “We are excited to finally announce the European tour ‘POWER UP,'” they say excitedly on their Instagram account. “During the tour this summer, we will be playing shows in Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, England, Slovakia, Belgium, France and Ireland. We can't wait to see you all there.”


On August 9, it is our country's turn, and the group will be on the site of the Stenehei Festival, where the Graspop Metal Meeting is organized a month before. They are deliberately ignoring this. The POWER UP Tour is a tribute to conclude a career that has spanned more than 50 years.

AC/DC also said: “Chris Chaney will join Angus, Brian, Stevie and Matt to carry Cliff's torch.” Guitarist Angus Young is the only member who has been there since the early days. The hard rock group last performed on stage with us in the summer of 2016. Well with Guns 'N Roses singer Axl Rose, who replaced Brian Johnson. Johnson has been part of the group again since 2020.

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